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Old 02-08-2009, 12:15 PM
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Default fuel pump still not working

I found and tested my fuel pump relay on my 2000 nissan sentra and it is working fine. what I did find is that there is no power getting to the relay ! I pulled the fuel pump fuse in the fuse box again and it is good and there is power flowing to the fuse. I'm baffled, what could be stopping the power from getting to the fuel pump relay. PLEASE HELP !
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I'm baffled, what could be stopping the power from getting to the fuel pump relay.
The engine control unit.

Does the security light remains solid ON when you are trying to start the engine? If it does, then the problem is the key. You may have to reprogram or replaced the key.

If the engine control unit doesn't recognize the key, it will not power the fuel pump relay.
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